Staff Workforce Analytics & Trends: Report Archives

Texas A&M University-College Station is the flagship institution of The Texas A&M University System, with more than 50,000 students, over $1 billion budget and an endowment that ranks fourth nationally among public universities. There are 200 departments with 2,700 faculty providing the core teaching, research and service mission of the university, and 4,900 budgeted staff employees who provide the day-to-day operations and administrative services that support future, current and former students, as well as the faculty, researchers and campus visitors.

The Staff Workforce Analytics and Trends is a series of reports developed by Human Resources to provide human resource-related information on budgeted staff employees at Texas A&M University–College Station and Qatar. The reports include metrics on a variety of demographic and position-related data and commentary and are provided to university management to increase awareness of the make-up of their organization, recognize efficiencies and take advantage of opportunities to build a productive and successful organization.

The report series will include: Demographics; Generations in the Workplace; Leave Benefits; Recruitment; Retirement; Compensation; Training; and, Turnover.

As each report is developed, the document will be made available to executive management and posted here.

Fiscal Year 2013 Reports

Fiscal Year 2012 Reports

Definitions of terms and methodology used throughout the Staff Workforce Analytics and Trends report series are available in the SWAT Glossary.

Questions or comments about the reports may be directed to hrbusinessservices@tamu.edu.